New Xiaomi Mijia car dash cam with large screen and wide aperture lens!

Xiaomi quietly launched a new car DVR camera, the Xiaomi Mijia. It’s main selling points are the big 3-inch screen on the back and a camera with an aperture of F/1.8, which is outstanding and should help brighten the footage in low-light conditions.

Xiaomi Mijia’s other main features:

  • 160 degree wide angle and 1920 x 1080P resolution
  • Adopting MSC8328P chip, SONY IMX322 CMOS image sensor and Mstar 1080P image process chip
  • WiFi connection reaches real-time transmission, no need to consume flows of SIM card
  • Loop-cycle recording, saves the storage space efficiently
  • Gravity sensor keeps the video not covered in case of an emergency
  • Auto power on, no need to operate it by your hands
  • Parking monitoring brings security for your car
  • Advanced H.264 photography compression technology keeps high quality videos and plays a part of saving storage as well
  • Support maximum 32GB TF card memory storage ( not included )

Xiaomi Mijia Full Specifications:

General Brand: Xiaomi
Model: mijia
Type: HD Car DVR Recorder
Image Sensor: CMOS
Hardware Sensor:Sony IMX323 image sensor
Chipset:Mstar MSC8328P
Storage Max External Card Supported: TF 32G (not included)
Display Screen size: 3inch HD TFT Screen
Primary Info. Aperture Range : F1.8
Video/Image/Audio Decode Format: H.264
Video Resolution: 1080P (1920 x 1080)
Audio System: Built-in microphone/speacker (AAC)
Functions WIFI: Yes
WiFi Function: Image Transmission
Loop-cycle Recording : Yes
G-sensor: Yes
Auto-Power On : Yes
Parking Monitoring: Yes
Battery: built-in 240mAh battery
Dimension/Weight Product weight: 0.3000 kg
Package weight: 0.6300 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 5.00 x 4.00 x 3.00 cm / 1.97 x 1.57 x 1.18 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 20.00 x 10.00 x 10.00 cm / 7.87 x 3.94 x 3.94 inches

The Xiaomi Mijia dash cam will cost you $89.99 (at Geekbuying), which seems like a fair price given the specs, although we’re yet to see the actual video footage quality.

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